Westin Kierland Resort & Spa Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Throughout the month of October, The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale will be providing guests with the opportunity enjoy special spa treatments, libations and fitness classes while at the same time supporting National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Phoenix affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Agave, The Arizona Spa at The Westin Kierland, will be donating 10 percent of the profits of every regular-priced Pink Facial, Wellness Massage or CalmQuest Meditation with the Vaughn Center that’s purchased to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, making these treatments during the month of October extra “effective.”

The Pink Facial is a 50-minute, customed treatment which utilizes a repairing, refining or firming serum, depending on your particular needs, while the Wellness Massage is geared toward the support and nourishment of the entire self, including your mind, body and spirit. And for those who have been particularly stressed lately, an even more thorough option could be the two-hour CalmQuest Meditation with the Vaughn Center, a course that will introduce you to the traditional mantra meditation technique to gain clarity and a deeper level of calmness.

But that’s not all you should enjoy at the spa in October. There are also the golf-based FORE-MAX fitness training sessions offered by Agave Spa to kick-start your fitness routine and get you into healthier shape. Women can purchase a Power in Pink package for $295 (regularly $400), which includes eight training sessions designed to build muscle strength, improve coordination, balance and flexibility, and more. Sessions are each 90 minutes long and occur Monday through Saturday, and 10 percent of the profits from Power in Pink package sales will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

And if you stop in to one of the Westin Kierland’s renowned lounges or restaurants during your time at the resort, be sure to order a Rob Mondavi Jr. California chardonnay by ONEHOPE Wine, which the Westin Kierland will be serving throughout October and November. ONEHOPE Wine will be donating 50 percent of its profits from that particular bottle to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, an organization focused on prevention, early detection, education and treatment.

Helping ONEHOPE Wine reach its goal of a $100,000 donation for the month of October could be as easy as enjoying a fantastic dinner at Westin Kierland’s posh Latin-influenced deseo restaurant. Who knew?

To make a reservation at Agave, The Arizona Spa, or one of the resort restaurants, visit kierlandresort.com or call 480.624.1202.

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